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NIST Heat Transmission Properties of Insulating and Building Materials Database - SRD 81

NIST has accumulated a valuable and comprehensive collection of thermal conductivity data from measurements performed with a 200-mm square guarded-hot-plate apparatus. The guarded-hot-plate test method is arguably the most accurate and popular method for determination of thermal transmission properties of flat, homogeneous specimens under steady state conditions. Several organizations, including ASTM and ISO, have standardized the method. Version 1.0 of the database includes data for over 2000 measurements, covering several categories of materials including concrete, fiberboard, plastics, thermal insulation, and rubber. The data cover a temperature range corresponding to most building applications; however, the majority of the measurements were conducted at 24° C (75° F). Web version 1.0

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Publisher Name National Institute of Standards and Technology
Contact mailto:john.pagliaro@nist.gov
Keywords building materials , conductance , energy conservations , heat conductivities , insulating materials , insulation , material databases , materials , physics , thermal insulations , thermophysical properties
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